If you haven't had the chance to meet our Layout Coordinator, Trevor Li, you may not know just how technologically savvy he really is. Ms. Gin learnt first-hand about Trev's tech skills when she walked into her English 11 Honours class and found this scene.
Students woke up to a snowy Vancouver on Monday morning. Although the school issued a warning of a potential closure on Sunday evening, St. George's ultimately remained open. Cold weather is expected to continue on throughout the week, with more snow expected on Thursday.
The Grads of 2017 hosted a Q&A session after performing the annual Issues Play today during X-Block. Further discussion on themes and implications from the performance will continue in the coming advisory block next Tuesday. Read more about the 2016 Issues Play here.
This morning, Mr. Norm Kaethler led his Environmental Science class to Southlands Heritage Farm, owned by Mr. Jordan Maynard, a St. George's School alumnus. During the one-hour visit, Mr. Maynard showed students his farm animals, invited them to harvest farm produces, and taught them about sustainable...
This morning, Richard Hoshino, a representative from Quest University, paid a visit to the Calculus AB and BC class to investigate a biking problem without the use of Calculus. Mr Hoshino emphasised that intricacies are sometimes no rocket science, and do not require a PhD degree to puzzle out. Students...
The rooftop walkway of the Supreme Court of Canada offers the public a perfect city view of downtown at night.
Grade 11 Student Richard Chen works on his shooting form at Dunbar Park.
A Grade 8 Physical Education class takes on hip-hop with dance instructor Jess.
A beautiful foggy and sunny morning presented Saint George's students with this gorgeous view before the start of first class.